Virgil Quote

"Must I die," she said,
"And unreveng'd? 'tis doubly to be dead!
Yet even this death with pleasure I receive:
On any terms, 'tis better than to live."


Aeneid (29–19 BC) - Book IV

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Must I die, she said, And unreveng'd? 'tis doubly to be dead! Yet even this death with pleasure I receive: On any terms, 'tis better than to live.

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Must I die, she said, And unreveng'd? 'tis doubly to be dead! Yet even this death with pleasure I receive: On any terms, 'tis better than to live.

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Must I die, she said, And unreveng'd? 'tis doubly to be dead! Yet even this death with pleasure I receive: On any terms, 'tis better than to live.

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Must I die, she said, And unreveng'd? 'tis doubly to be dead! Yet even this death with pleasure I receive: On any terms, 'tis better than to live.